Liberal Studies News

With 35 majors, 36 minors, 15 master’s and 13 doctoral programs, the Temple University College of Liberal Arts offers its students an assortment of educational paths to prepare them for their unique futures. Learn about the different paths they take by reading our students’ stories below and please contact us if you have a College of Liberal Arts story you think we should tell. The College’s faculty challenges our students to think differently by exposing them to new ideas and points of view for their chosen field of study. At Temple, young minds prepare for a future solving problems by studying at a globally-connected university in the heart of the country’s sixth-largest city, alive with culture, history and industry.

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College of Liberal Arts Dean Richard Deeg addresses our students, alumni, faculty and staff on the crucial topics of diversity, race and anti-bias.

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College is challenging enough when you’re earning a bachelor’s degree at 18, and it can seem even more demanding as a working adult learner with more responsibilities and less time. But enrolling in a program designed specifically to fit your schedule, benefit your career and leverage your past education and work experience makes it achievable and practical.

Signe Wilkinson Speaks at Graphic Thinking Conference

Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Signe Wilkinson joined a panel during the College of Liberal Arts Graphic Thinking Conference to talk suppression and resistance in art.

Frank Bruni speaking at Temple

The acclaimed New York Times columnist stopped by Sullivan Hall to share personal experiences and insights about the role of liberal arts education in the U.S.